Wikileaks, the site that publishes material "they" don't want you to see, has crashed under the volume of traffic today, after publishing what purports to be an up-to-date list of British National Party supporters, together with addresses and phone numbers.
Elsewhere, Peter Hain tried to mount a fatuous legal challenge to the BNP, as have the usual suspects the UAF.
The Times has been foaming at the mouth on a daily basis, planting stories that amount to anti-BNP propaganda.
Now, I don't know about you, but I think the Establishment is seriously rattled.
Having failed, seriously failed, to mount a democratic and benign rebuttal, we are now firmly in the realm of state-sponsored dirty tricks. Disregard the fact that the BNP gets more seats on local councils than the Greens, in relation to the number of candidates fielded. Disregard the fact that they now have two MEPs, thanks mostly to the collapse of the Labour vote. Disregard the fact that our present Parliament is mired in sleaze and has failed to address the woeful failure of "multiculturalism"
Where do the public turn to when we have been totally let down by the main parties?
Yes. Of course the proles can have democracy, as long as you vote for the three main parties. As soon as the hoi-polloi get out of hand, this is what happens. A concerted establishment effort to retain the stinking abuse of power they presently enjoy.
It's democracy, Jim, but not as we know it.
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